Disco Biscuits Live at The Crowbar on 2000-07-12
1: The Overture -> Aceetobee -> Once the Fiddler Paid -> I-Man (1) -> Once the Fiddler Paid -> Aceetobee -> The Overture
2: Loch Ness Monster > House Dog Party Favor (2) -> Above The Waves > Little Betty Boop (3) -> Above The Waves, Magellan
E: Riddles Are Abound Tonight, Helicopters (4,5) -> Svenghali (4,6)
Collection DiscoBiscuitsBand/Artist Disco BiscuitsVenue The CrowbarLocation State College, PASource AKG 483->V2->SBM1->D8Lineage Sony D8->Lucid PCI 24->Bias PEAK LE->SHN->WAV->SoundForge 6->CDWave->FLAC(8)Taped by Heath CondiotteTransferred by Max Dawson > Dave Cooke
(1) With 'Mindless Dribble' tease
(2) Dyslexic completion of 6/27/00 version
(3) Middle only
(4) With Marc Brownstein on bass
(6) Ending only
*** To preserve continuity, the fade track can be omitted
PLAN C APPROVED
The encore marks the return of Marc Brownstein to the Disco Biscuits.
Jordan Crisman is on bass and vocals throughout the show.
(Additionally, Jordan also wrote the setlist for this, his final show.)
September 25, 2009
This band was better in spring 00
then they will ever be.
December 8, 2006
just a great show from a great era.
99-02 is where its at and 00 was bisco at their creative height (w/ or without brownstein). total experimentation. just check out the helix as an example of their creativity.
April 4, 2006
Amazing show, from a strange era.
When they had jordan on bass it was really good. I love his addition to the sound. Deep and throbbing bass lines, yet with a creative and technical flair. There is just a distict vibe, and communication between the players seems perfect. The whole show is great, I think they should listen to more old shows for inspiration. The sound quality is pretty middle of the road, a little chatter. This era translates into intense music and great improvisation.